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  1. Mary Cromwell, The Countess Fauconberg (9 February 1637 (christened) – 14 March 1713) was an English noblewoman, the third daughter of Oliver Cromwell and his wife Elizabeth Bourchier. Biography. Born in either late 1636 or early 1637, Mary Cromwell was christened on 9 February 1637.

  2. Countess of Fauconberg. Name variations: Mary of Falconberg; Mary, countess of Falconberg; Mary Fauconberg. Born in February 1636 in Ely, England; died in 1712 in London, England; daughter of Oliver Cromwell, later Lord Protector of England, and Elizabeth (Bouchier) Cromwell; married Thomas Belayse, Viscount Fauconberg, in November 1657 (died ...

  3. Mary (Cromwell) Belasyse. (abt. 1637 - 1713) Mary "Countess Fauconberg" Belasyse formerly Cromwell. Born about 1637 in Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire, England. Ancestors. Daughter of Oliver Cromwell and Elizabeth (Bourchier) Cromwell.

  4. Mary (née Cromwell), Countess Fauconberg. by Giles King. line engraving, published 1740. NPG D16426. Find out more >. Buy a print. Buy as a greetings card. Use this image. Wife of 1st Earl Fauconberg; daughter of Oliver Cromwell.

  5. On 18 November 1657, he married Mary Cromwell, the third daughter of Oliver Cromwell. She outlived her husband by thirteen years dying on 14 March 1713. Bibliography. While he was in Italy, Fauconberg translated and published the Histoire du gouvernement de Venise, by Abraham Nicolas Amelot de la Houssaye. Arms See also

  6. Mary Cromwell Brief Life History of Mary During the 1650s there were rumours of various matches but eventually, with suitable encouragement from Secretary of State John Thurloe, her hand was won by Thomas Belasyse, Viscount and later Earl Fauconberg.

  7. Mary (née Cromwell), Countess Fauconberg (1637-1713), Wife of 1st Earl Fauconberg; daughter of Oliver Cromwell. Sitter in 5 portraits. Artist. Giles King (active 1732-1740), Engraver. Artist or producer associated with 11 portraits. Related works. NPG D16424: Mary (née Cromwell), Countess Fauconberg (from same plate)